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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ,.THR McKENZIE BRANDON Flower and Garden Seeds --AT-- JobnstOD's Drug Store  HoaMclckftiBf - Rc4�itit�t   Brooka Monkey Brand Soap,   Silver 8(Mip, H. & H. Soap,  -WaUh Kmiu'� ma. N�'vt TJufisrlay is \iotoila Day. jMfs, Elton has rotiirneil 'to ('ow-U-y. Call at, thu Itivwoiy for c4vi>ap . ("ai of HaH) Wiiv at tho Hci>tloy t'o,; LUI. W AfUlit-, of Ijtiiwlhroi'.k, was In the fi'ly yi'Hter.lay. Dr. Stewart .is spch.iiitg two wocks ot Pi'iu'lKT iJreok. M'ifiN Hhnw succwils Mi�s Moran on iha iiOHtoffloc ataS. l.ordy Donnoin, of Coutts, was nronnifl (hf city ywtyivtny. NO'l'ICtO-Xjist your propoi-ty wi'tM iho O. H. .Howtaaiii k(s, Colenwjti, wan a visitor in th* cRy yesloivlay. .1. U. fV'rgtisoii, i!.lv� we-ll-known oil m,fin. was in 'thi.' ciiy yi-storday. Tlvo Masons |tnr(�i�SL' attt-iKliivg cli-viof sorvicf on St. .John's 'Day. MfssiM. Itaiivi �iwi ISiptey, ot t�i� Ijil'tin Ilow, woi� 'In town this woek. V M. oloson, \vit')i hiis family, movtKl to ti's hoiix>st�;a.ft Jtioar .Siav^^ly last ww>k. 0 V. a-nrioit is at Liiinsdcn,;., on .ft ffW tlny's visit to I'rionils. lit is repoi'U�(l t'hat Ihe .City Dakory ha.s lit'on sohl lo M�'s.'�r8. Darni-H ami JJupont. Mis. S. M. llaMroft, of Calgary, is visHiivg Mrs. .1. I'. Uo3�'R hero Vmni�l to Macloo^l.aflor � (�.'W flay's visit wHh the Missos Kenny. Cioo. M. Hotch-now drives l�hiiv:l o ilapiwir teafli ol He inmlo tht' piirdiaso l�st wet-k. O; 8. Knisley sitys libe new owners ex|�(�ft to vonumiicc opmwling th*-iliir/ies mine next week. Miss Allin TitfVn sang a lioautiful solo v.>r.y swwtly at the service m WoHlr-y chui'fh on Hiiiwiay. S. M. RaiMiall, a farmer from \i>i^ih Dnkotii, has ptirchascd 2,30O ni-rf>s licytweon. hero aiMl Macleod. (ioo. l''ra.sor has l)eon rwTimnvowfcxt for the HppointiiK^ivt of brand ih-s|HH^tor for the �liifstricl of fjetihlmKJg*. Mr.Hull, travelliii'g aigt'nt for the SciMptiiml M'issjon, s|K.'m a clay town t'his w.ek in the initerosts I'he Soo.sod of ek'ven Jots li(�.ipaTh stiwt to a i)rritljcr(.>, whci-e he hiis l>ecn for several wxvfk.S: for medical irontmeat. -t'rainlirijok Iktrakl. The MoiHoine Hat liMstrict ot the Alelbodisl ohin-ch >hoKis .i.ts annital in�.v.tii>g at, tiari'sholm on .Fi�no 5. lJCt^l'll^ilrge is in tihis district. 10. Firth, wilioSe parents fliKCfirotih-ers have Ijtwn living heiv tor some time, has just came out from,'Eog;-laiKl, and will nvalic his Ivome hero. If'ick & Wakelcy are installing a niodoi'n pi|� tiHUng nwohine in thtnv shop It null out from ono to six inch pipe, awl will l:c o|)cratod by a five Iu> nowei- motor. For Sale, 8-roometI, corner of Foi'tl and llurfkMle �troots; ix>nt� for *i�0 a month'; all nuvdorn con-venit-nivs. Price, $2,7�)0; easy terms. -C. It. nowman agency. Li(]uid A'nneer, Put/. Pomade, Window Sponges, Forciulin, Chloride Lime, Moth Balls,  Roll Sulphnr, Insect Powder, J Sapoiio, Ox Gall Soap, Furni-  ture Polish, Chamois Skins, '% Carbolic Acid, Condy's Fluid, � Camphor, Moth Bags, Death-  to-Bu^B, Disinfectol. ' Mr. tMiniwn mn:c�t�rtii T. R. Miltei-on th� ur>eratit>if ntall at Ihv CP, U. depot'. ; Is $��ftO for 7f>x23r. on DulTcrin stWH'f cheap? If .vou think �o, hoc O. 8. Knisoly. Oo. A. MHter ami Hwnry Thi�r-ranlt wore in to�-n 'fix>m the How ihiK week. M. llHflch, of the iAHwrtM tUi%tiy Co., to the Mwrald-Vou c�n xay *^ have no dry IntHta to sell now, f 1i.>y arc all wet,. Mr. Mollis, tr��m Ipto>n, Otrt', Is ba9S nt the O. V, R. depot takinfj: tlifl ol Mr. PoitiVon, who Ivi't/lleihas returnctl to CranhrooW, Tho Siouth AMK-rta Con.vtriictjon g�!iitl�mun frotn ViyUirmU} was in [ �^�X>^ lots on :J. D. Higinbotliain: & CO. * Ttltpheiic49 - NlthtB�H ^ .hands .^cs.foivlay through llowinan ngicncy. A .Swodish Lut)i�ran mini.stor and ort.v from Duliiiti irivestod in fr'ittc I'and near Stirling thin week. A iMnkcr from Golden, Illinois, was in the city this week, bnd liolig>ht cifiM secr/ions of latfd �l Warner. " Xo.xt weok, owing to Thursrtey be-initt Victoria l>ay, and Ipi'day, tAw Herald will until Friilay morning. When .vou need! a jol� tnr.wd alc�as taken a contract to do sonie work tor the C. P. R. ii�ar Maple Crock. It in said Col. Macki�, of Milk Rivor, h' ior tlie CoimnonH rn North RonJfrtfw. /Mvis iK^t i� varani throiH^h the doali-{two lots on llc�)j|fith swrevl from tho not be issued �'C. B. Bowinmn AKC'ncy. The aame agMtcy has tlinposcd of �8 f�?t 61 Wm. Taylor's prof)or(y on Bompa� Ktr��t. the c'rty this week and \.s\>n*'i'X ,,f! throe acrits of lots he 't.inini twoj years ttge another session of the" I�gisln'ture this fall. � 'Iih.iM! who were rt-turning from onr> '.>f Ih,' late trains tfno night Wifrt week, had 3iM;/'dKving Mpo'tacio of two officials of 'the law. woaring His Mtijoaiy's uniform, HOlJtling a xHsputej in a !� .l'.^ffri�!s-F+t/.�fitiHn^ni. llo.sol-lon's,. and Miss Maudo Uofx^nts, were married at the Meth�xHst r^rnnnago last might hy the Rev. J. K. Htigh-son. The !1d energy overoight, I'm toM. ,The chronic vari-; efy is a grmt affliction to erery* one excsept' the , possessor, and it is always the other leli6#?irhot has it. >� ' I Enlargements Of a more pleasant kind are those splendidiCar-ImnH from photos at 93.9f) each,iraiued; and the |$$ French "Oilettes" at $4.35 each, framed, !iir�| the "doom" of pedlars of caricatures at "from 1 $8.00 to $10.00 each. See our windows nad i interior for samples of tiiis excellent work. Tiwre �� A good deal M tialk around jthe city ahout erecting new city K H pes-''"'*''*'''^* a credit ^his city. M*�y citizens city � W. Aji^ MucHanan and i sendon have .'boMi �rP|�oi'ntwd a com- the Board of Trade to' park lor tratie �,port.. ipo^tofflc*. Miss Bella Moran has resigned her' ' Mian and svife, the poslofllcc t^tafl, to favor hall cvoning sirrvice ftt Wesley ohiivh, whon the juasior, in Hhe course oS a , pattriol ic sormon, will speak j.�arti'!ii-'"jlarly of th friendly relations. . th.Vt I should exist between the two ^reitit Icotintries, Camyda and the Oniteil position on take a posi'tioti as l)Ookkeout. to take stcvts to he incori>oratPd an a town. Over��cer Prolwrt and Bishop Van Norman are ^ in iw^wivi to this mait- wore guests at tlie Lctbitrii^e mi Sunday and ^1,^1,'Monday. Mr. AiM\ i>epr*�errt� the ]A. A.' .Vllaii Co, Toronto, and is a son of .1. D. Allan, last .year's presi'idcnt of the Toronto Boand of Trade. T. a States. Messrs. Durkin, a commercial traveller, luwl U'. ){. U.obhin, who is here in connection wrth the vstx-h�ive .'.itid! satos at Ur(�nton, sang a duet at the ev/..d hisju^ Mason vOIkI Hisoh Piano Co., paint shop from the �)Uil.!i';.re' ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER ftinn Mis. E. Adams is on a visit tc her [ Nabb's ranch. They hod a paronit.s at. their ranch on the Milk |outing. he will do all.kinds of Cm:r,(.,� ; Alossrs. lierald that couple tif days fishing at Mr. Mc- p^iatiBg. ^nd will accept ..rJ.!i'..t f. t River. D. .J. Whrtnoy 'has purcho*!�l throe lots on Rodpath stivct throi�f5h tho C. It. agency. Mrs. T. H. Martin, of Frank, is spotxliiig the week^in town with her sister, Mrs. .J, W. McVicol. nineml)sr thai tha Westers War�-boiiM A Transfer Co. givs you as much icn.ns you renuira ev�ry day. Mrs. W, Urowin. Mrs. O. Hinos and Mrs. WebHfor, of the North Plotte, were rogistorwl at the .voKt(.'r wwk. They will Iw p'acod on the market, very soon. Mrs. .1. 1>. Hi'jHinbotbnm. accom-pani(�d hy her dat^hter. Miss .iorio, fcfrt Monda.v nigpht on a couple of month's visit to Montreal, Toronto and Ouelph. Miss .fioan Pitncan. of Hamilton, is the pruost of-her motJwr �t A. -T. Mc-Ix^an's residence. Mr. Md^ean wont to Mfdence. They Phair, formeily ol the f'talT!ha%'� tee* *ro�tage, and th�|'"^�alo .\rlihgton Hotel here, but made hyM-Barford. The price Uthbri'dge ^iatt^ly with the hotel ol the same narne at Pincher Creek, is going to Seattle to resido. ^ Mr. Werts, of the A. R. Ik I., i� now occupying the residence on Rod-path stre��t vacated by J. F. Rog.-ors. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers have tak-jto. tieautit'.y on quopters at the CoaMale. jshouldlook Bishop Pinkham, of Calgary, coiiducit conlirniotiom service at t^hurch av Sunday tnornintr ne.sday morn-ing. alter those nMscreants. i...:[H.nd the summer at exr>ectMl to preach at hoth services. Do you not'ice how the's' Mar- "umness' here themselves, using the curling rink for the present. Both gcnthmonaro wotr--aOffu.Tintod with the humness, and have alH*�dy turned out some excellent samples of cement blocks. O. S. Knisley, ahe local representative ol the North American Land Co., has rotuivied from a trip to his old home in Oainsboro, Sask., and Winni|>eg. While in Wfimniieg he interested a num^idr of the caprtaiists in l.ethbridge. He says thi� city oc-cupit-s~a high place in the estinta-tiofl of investor!*. Mr, Kmsle.v'tt wife and sister �v.'turnod with him. He ha� lonMcd the K. Licck ivf>�doheo, lately occupied tjy R. C. Moore. Rev. O. .1. C. While and family loft for the east on the 1.40 train! They will I dillerent places You Need them inSpiingllme Builder's Hardware ; Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. V* C. GRAY ^ 'n>i.s is iduo to the fact that :hoad-v.'irtisers got the best of rosuits .The llvraVd is read from one end �> the other. tirains for sale cheap at the Brewery. 'Rio statement has i^cn made by a O. P. It. omplo.vec that tho work of at, an earl.v date. It is urderstood atnofllco will t* creeled, adjoinii^ W. T. Armstrong's store, to the soi*th. �A't a ni��timg of the Council of the Board of Trade on Monday night it was deoidod to appropriate some mon^y for an extensive write-up of the orty iti ibho W-innipeg Free Prcns jrepniring in New Brimswick and Nova Scotia, And ie commenced | KurpiMso. party took place at Mrs. A. Roniioy's one nigl�t I�.>�t wook. W. Oliver, M. Barford, W. A. Bwch-omao, B. Hagcll and M. Young were ohosan a* a comnvrttce to iook after !thc nrMHter. placc-d in his iiew otrtfit of tools this week. He can 'boost 61 having one of the finT>9t and tho nio�t complete i eq�iipmont of watchmakers' tools in (I. n. McKay aiv.i wife reaehod town Katuiviay night from the oast. Tho.\' rocoived � worm welcome from tlvoir hosts ot fri cit.v for the IVinnipog Froo Press. Tho article, vvhich will lie; well illi-.stralod, will appear in a' i Sntiirrta.v issue of the" Free press in ! a' week or two. j 1'he Railway and Shipping World, j in- its '''Birthda.y column," has the .On vSundsy special missionary sor-j W��t.orn Canada, and the people of nwws wore preached �t , W.-sley I^'''"''-V ''he Church by Rev. J. M^ Harrison, of dis-i follot*''ing: "E. T. Calt, Prcmdont and Smith .tsti-oots nniMh soine tanco .-m SmWh street. Tt. is said a IJtailway and Irrigation Co., hricR block ma.v ho oroctoil cot"nor. The AMiorta on the iLot*>^>r�t>g�?. AHa., born at Sher-brooke, Que., May 24, 1850." Mcdicitie Hal. The good-sized -lon-J grogation who hoard him enjoyed two exooHont disicoursas. The oflEor-ings nmount(0(i to 9183, inore than 100 per cent, ahov* previous years. S. 1^. KversficJd took a trip to Macleoil lairt Fr^kiy. He 8a.vii il>. I he was verj- much surprised t.) i-fc the husiness they are doing at tii-' old town. Mr. Evorsfleld retu.-omt with their usual vigor, lion Co., ha� ortlorori two 175 horsoj taetwoen 'hero and Calgwry in-1,_r�rd.=ton Stai-. power RoWlvMumford boilers from;�lufk'S W. Oreeves, conductor; Ben; . ,,,,u^.. ,^,,.,, n a = 'mo Robb Kn^^Hn, Co.. AmherM, i ^Tui^Satroyd, engineer. and i J:;,:;::^^ ^^^^^^^^^ L ere;. N. When those a... in..l��l��. thi.s HV�Key. fireman. Ihey are al from ^ ^ compan.v. will have nine of these | �^ranl>rook ^,kI w.H now .esido here.!^.^^^.^^ ^ Mrs. .1. B. CamptMJll, fornwrly of town, died siKldoni.v at ^.Leavings �� i toncrPte Monday night. She had a son employed with the \. R. lie I. Co; Mrs. CUmpbotl was in town a couple wioeks ago, and looked to he in cellcnt health. �fi. Heytens, the Belgian tailor, lioilers in Owing to his inobilit.v to ont Sunday and: Monday in town. Mr. Trotter was formorly a Baptist minister, ami , was located in Grand Fork*, B. C, . at tha t'lmo of tl>3 'gohl rush. Ho : was active *n the a (fairs of that; town, having ,ihi?en a memfcer of its ' are bustling along| first town Prior to coming to Oialgwi'.v, he hwd boon preaching ' at. Aylmor. Ont. H� is a 4)rother ot j Rev, Poinoipal Trotter, of Acadia Univer.sit.y, Nova Scotia, and a son- J in-law of the late Senator Black, of _ ^ Amheist, N. S. 1 400 i(H>t woodtii .nvight shetl, with i D. .1. Whitney has iiml in this! foundations, 'jilte freight I count.r,v twenty-thi'ee .voars, but nev-! atood will cover in length about thelcr was in Caligory imotham'siwhen he attended the meeting ol tho, o'; store to A Macdonalds. ; Fairs .Association. He thinks it is a, mu.. c,_i-I n-----1 1------�-.iiver.v progre.ssive cit.v, iutt nemarkod i to the Herakl on tlie narrowness of 10 Acres, $600 Not more than 1^ miles from I^eth-bri(]^. This land adjoins Mr. D. Whitney's farm on the north, is under fine stpte of cultivation, irrigates easily and is the best buy near town that can lie found. Ternis are one-half cash, lialanco on time. There are efght of these blocks for sale. This price is not guaranteed for any time, bnt sronds at present. '.* .* '.' R mcQuecn $ Co The School Board have awanded Hick & Wakelc.v the conflict for in- ; Are You Tired Mending The Suit of That Boy?| I LcN^ at the New Clothing | G. Boy� H. Has R�oeived stoni IF YOU BUY IT >^ILL BE MONEY WELL EXPENDED stalling the Poa'^e *i Waldren systom now located on Ford street, is,S't modern ai�d uinto-date, hurch. Sinilh Bros, and Wilson',Knd in a groat many public have the contract. ingH alt over tlie wprld. .TanK>s McKeown, Lethhridge, of the "S.S" outfit, was in town during the week. Meclicine Hait News. Mrs (Dr.) Mew^hurn was the guest at a toa given hy Miss Miriorim Baker, of Winnipag., in honor ol Miss Oroelnian, of Montreal. The wideawake Oolliford, of the;too far oast. The local, office Boll Telo|>hone, and his right-hand; not to blame in any t^-ay. in the pricip is thestrridge coftl strike has hi'en as yet c* no Ijb.'n'fit to anybod.v except th9 env-ployers The miners have got. nothing, aivd the public got inferior coal, vvhib.' the company gots a l:ig market in a dull season at high prices. At Wesley church on Sunda,v the pastor wilt preach at l>oth s./'-ziccs. .Suhijoots: il a.m., 'Thfl Woman Who Was lA�d to a Better lAte and;are looking Kplendid. He sold Thti Dominion omsim will ho taken in A'berta on .June 24th, from midnight to miidnighi. Malcolm Young will do tho enumerating for 1jeiM>-bridgo, Fred Kenny for Stafford Vil-laffo, Chas. B. Fox tor Ra.vmond town. W. F. Russell for Taibor, H. Ostlund for Stirling, and Clark Kim-hall. Clarence l4>irthci-, Brown Pipes awd .Fohn Biv^dic lor the outlying district Geo. Healhorshaw yeirteNday. He wos in the i>t attention that his life was,.saved. Had it not iheon for the prem�nce of Miss Chapmwt^. a traiiiod nurse in  Hygente Carpet Felt. Hygenie Stnir Padt. Velvet Steir |  Cerpet, Tapestry, Kioikerly and Velvet Squaret, Dag- S 2 dag and Moquettc Ruga-All CKoiee Good* at Reatoa- S  able Prieet. j : -�--"I  Per Express : : ; A shipment of VoiHngs, Allover Lace, yalenoieunes 2 hact>�, Point tl' Esprit, Dress Trimtntngi, Emkrtiiil eries and Ins(>rtion, Wash Belts, &c. �'''"��'^:'''^vSi'A Magmth. i^^nne." T-.TO, .."Conoili-ation in its Application to Nations." This will close sermons on ''Christ, and CoMM.Iia-tion," and will #e#o>##e#>##>i'**'' The ts Inter hy some of the. noighhors, the series of troes have toeen planted in Magruih ,urse immediately recogniwd the | wiio carriod him into the house. thi� spring, and in a few j-ears the ,y,,ptoKtma�U>r at EJd-nM>nton, has rosi^ned. Alex. Stay' succeeds him, * ; . 'f ;